Veith - 100 : The Genesis Conflict (8 DVD Series)Walter Veith
What are evolutionary scientists not telling you? Is creationism a sound scientific view?
This set includes:
D101: The Earth in Time and Space
What do canyons, time zones, and fossils have to do with the Bible? Can they disprove the big bang theory? This video discusses the big bang theory of origins and its plausibility. It presents the catastrophic origin of the geological column in full multimedia format. Evidence for rapid water deposition of the layers of the geological column, canyon formation, erosional features, and missing time zones are discussed together with their age implications. The standard geological view is contrasted with the Biblical view enabling the viewer to make a choice between the two models (1 hour, 25 minutes).
D102: A Universal Flood
Science denies that the Biblical Flood occurred, but what does the geologic evidence have to say? Science today denies a universal flood, as it would destroy the continuity of the fossil record in the geological column. In this video, evidence for precisely such a universal phenomenon is presented with fascinating video material from modern day catastrophes on a smaller scale. The origin of the petrified forests and their flood implications are also discussed (58 minutes).
D103: Bones in Stones
What does the Bible have to say about the appearance and disappearance of dinosaurs? Is the fossil record compatible with the Bible? This lecture discusses the fossil record and compares catastrophism with the standard paradigm of evolution. Alternative models for the order in the fossil record are presented together with evidence for the sudden appearance of all life forms during the so-called "Cambrian explosion" (1 hour, 14 minutes).
D104: Where Mammals Reigned
Does the Biblical account of a worldwide flood match the evidence in the geological column? This lecture discusses the ice ages and reasons for mammalian distribution and appearance in the upper portion of the geological column. The evolution of humans and the time constraints in terms of recolonization of post-flood Earth are also discussed (1 hour, 26 minutes).
D105: The Genes of Genesis
Compare Darwinism with creationism in this riveting, research-based video. In this lecture, Darwinism and natural selection are contrasted with origin by design.
Biochemical evolution, speciation, and the origin of variety are presented in full multimedia format. This fascinating lecture includes examples of irreducible complexity, and discusses the core of genetic problems involved in the evolutionary process. The data is presented in simple terms so that everyone can understand the principles involved (1 hour, 24 minutes).
D106: Creation to Restoration
Darwin considered parasites and carnivory evidence for evolution. In this video, the plausibility of an opposite perspective of a fall from perfection to imperfection is discussed.
Walter Veith presents the alternative Biblical view which describes the transition from a perfect to a non-perfect world, the origin of death and carnivory. Biochemical and morphological changes in animals are discussed in depth. This multimedia production presents startling evidence in support of the Biblical paradigm (1 hour).
D107: A Day To Be Remembered
Who is the Creator? What is the significance of the seventh day of Creation and what impact does it have on our lives today? Was the seventh day Sabbath a Jewish institution or did it originate in Eden? In this intriguing lecture, the Creation week is presented emphasizing the relationship between the Creator and Creation. This video also gives an in-depth rediscovery of the day of rest (57 minutes).
D108: A Spade Unearths the Truth
Does history support Scripture? What does archaeology have to say about the Bible? This video takes us on a fascinating walk through the ages. Archaeological evidence in support of Scripture is presented. We will trace evidence for the long-disputed stories of the Exodus and the existence of long-forgotten cities and archaeological finds such as the Ebla tablets (83 minutes).